The BEST Sites for Dating, Hands Down: Avoid Scams
You want to have the easiest, best time finding women to meet for sex online. In order to do that, you have to find the best websites for helping men and women hook up.
There are three rules to making sure you’re on a legitimate dating site. They are:
The site should look and feel professional.
You get what you pay for.
The site will filter out spambots.
First: The site should look and feel professional.
If you’re on a real, legitimate site for finding sex, you’ll be able to get around the site well. Links will go to the places it looks like they go, and you’ll be able to easily see everything the site has to offer.
The pictures should be professional-looking, and most women (and men) should have profile pictures up. Some sites even require pictures from all active and paying members.
The site should feel like it was designed, not simply erected. This design should permeate the site the whole way through. If the site’s first page looks good but the rest is crap, they’re only focused on getting your money, not on helping you meet any women.
Make sure you’re on a site that feels like it was put together by someone who was paid to do it. If you get many error messages and bad page links, you’re probably not on a real site that’s going to get you many results as far as meeting women.
Second: You get what you pay for.
It’s difficult to beat the allure of “free.” However, “free” sites are not truly free, and we recommend that any man seeking for sex should stay away from these sites entirely.
These sites are funded with adverts. They don’t care whether you meet up with a woman for sex, and they don’t care if you have a pleasant experience on their websites. These sites only care about your online presence, because it makes them money.
If you want to find a good site, it will be one that charges you to use it. We know, it’s not as attractive as a free site, but it IS better.
The pay sites are usually better-designed, as well. At least, the legitimate pay sites are designed in a better, more intuitive, more attractive way. They put more effort into trying to keep your business, so they work harder to ensure that you’re pleased with their service.
If 20 pounds a month seems like a poor deal for a site, remember that you can always pay just a bit more and get three months for a cheaper price on almost all legitimate websites. Once you find one that works for you, that might be a viable option to save money in the long run.
Finally, remember that even if you’re paying for what you think should be free, it’s likely no more expensive than going out to pubs and bars and buying drinks for women that ignore you. How many times do you do that in a month? Stop if it isn’t working (and it almost certainly isn’t), and try out a dating site for sex instead, as long as it’s a legitimate one.
Third, check their filtering of spambots.
No website can truly filter out all the scams, spammers, and spambots. Many bots and scam artists work on dating sites and sex sites without the site ever knowing what they’re doing, and with no affiliation to the site whatsoever, making them essentially poachers and parasites.
However, some bad clone dating sites are perfectly willing to allow spambots to continue, because it gives the illusion that there are more people on the website than actually exist.
It’s important to check for yourself. We always stress that doing your own research is the best tool you have to making sure that you’re on a good, legitimate dating website.
If you get contacted by a spambot, send a message to customer support. Let them know exactly which profile is bothering you, and that you don’t like being bombarded with spam when you’ve paid to be a site member. By reporting any spambots immediately, you’re testing the site’s system for dealing with scammers and spammers.
Now, watch what the site does.
A GOOD site will block that user, or perhaps take other action to which you won’t be privy. A BAD site will ignore the problem—you might even get another message from the same person, even after you attempt to block them from contacting you.